Andrew Tattersall discusses the third stage in the criminal investigation process: main lines of inquiry. The main lines of inquiry are established quickly after the initial response, and police must have an understanding and appreciation of all of them. Tattersall discusses fast track inquiries, handling witnesses, and searching for evidence.
The Criminal Investigation Process: Stage 3
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Tattersall, A. (Practitioner). (2017). The criminal investigation process: stage 3 [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473960305
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